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Is Brexit being ‘cancelled’?

13 min read
With the war showing its pointlessness, and none of its promises delivered, most supporters of Brexit are falling silent. That will not make Brexit go away, though, so what might it lead to? Professor Chris Grey’s analysis.

Performative politics is gaslighting post-Brexit Britain.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey looking at last week’s events in terms of the blurring of truth and lies that is in part a legacy of Brexit, and has strange parallels with Putin’s ‘spy’ mindset.

The dogs that caught the car.

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on Rees-Mogg’s early stumbles, a discussion of Solvency II as a case of post-Brexit regulatory change, and Ukraine.

All too predictable.

12 min read
A key rule of politics is that you need to ‘be in the room’ and Brexit Britain isn’t, at least metaphorically and sometimes literally.

Will Truss press the re-set button?

12 min read
As the false claims made about the benefits of Brexit are gradually being found out, Brexit isn’t suffering from a failure to control the narrative. It’s suffering from failure, Professor Chris Grey writes.

Brexit returns to its roots.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey unpicking Frost’s resignation, and arguing that it shows how Brexit events and policy are once again entirely about the toxic internal politics of the Conservative Party.

Owen Paterson’s role in Brexit.

6 min read
Paterson’s career as an MP has ended in disgrace, although he may well continue to play his part in the ‘Brexitosphere’ of thinktanks and pressure groups in which he has had so prominent a role before and after Brexit.
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